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THE BIG PUFF

A big puff. . . .
That funny word he used....
"Nothing could be easier for me," answered Breezelet. "Just stand up in your boat when you are going across to Oleron, and shout three times: `Breezelet, remember the puff !' and I shall arrange it all for you."
And with that he was gone, off to the home of the winds to tell his brother winds all about the strange man he had just met.
" He must be a marvellous sailor," Breezelet told them. "He wants a really big puff of wind when he goes across to Oleron. Let's give him a real storm; that
will please him."
For of course, "puff" only meant a puff of wind to Breezelet-he was not in the least interested in "puffs" of wheat, as the moneylender called them.
It was a lovely day as the moneylender set sail across the calm sea towards Oleron.

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